Guidelines for Understanding and Managing Anger
Emotional Wellness Creed: Every person of any age, ethnicity, orientation, or belief has the right to live without threat of uncontrolled anger, emotional abuse, violence, or rage.
Almost everyone has had moments when they say things they don't mean and do things they regret. But when an IED (Internal Explosive Device) repeatedly destroys love and trust, rage is at work and a spiritual crisis is at hand: in self, family, workplace, and relationships. This book teaches how such patterns form and how to replace them with healthy emotional options.
44 Ways to Show Kids You Care
Samples: (#18) Expect and support their best; don't expect or require perfection. (#19) Avoid comparing them to anyone else; instead, help them develop their unique self and way of being. (#20) Know that they will respect what you
say if they respect who you are. "Invaluable! I put them on the refrigerator to remind my kids...and they remind me!"